tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC April 9, 2011 12:35am-1:35am PDT
-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about! hey. that's a new york crowd! thank you guys. welcome, everybody! welcome. great crowd. good already. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." glad you're here with me tonight. some big breaking news, you guys. big breaking news. after months of budget negotiations, there's some tough compromise on both sides. i'm happy top announce that a deal has finally been reached. that's right. the entire cast of "jersey shore" signed on for season number four. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] oh, yes. one fist pump, that's it. until the next club. this place is dead. this place is dead.
that's what -- let me get the -- [ laughter ] let me get the vibe of this place. not good. i don't like the acoustics. let's give him a round and get out of here. speaking of "jersey shore" i just heard that j-wow and snooki are getting their own spin-off next year about their lives as roommates. yeah. it was called "1 1/2 women." [ applause ] this is nice. kelly ripa got her own wax figure at madame tussauds. it's pretty realistic, in fact, regis spent over an hour not letting it talk. [ laughter ] [ as regis ] and then, joy. joy was talking to rickles. was there the whole time! neil sedaka came in! anyway -- here's some tv news. i just heard that "sesame street" will be adapted in pakistan this summer.
yep, it's brought to you by the letter -- haa. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] let me see if this club is cool enough or not, huh? no thanks. let's go, guys. no dice. did you guys see this? charlie sheen is in new york. he's doing a show across the street. [ applause ] he's right across the street at radio city. he's staying at the trump international hotel. yeah. when he checked in, the front desk was like "all right, you'll be trashing room 314." [ laughter ] thanks so much for coming. some more celebrity news. paris hilton is being sued by a jewelry store for not returning $60,000 worth of jewelry they lohaned her -- i'm sorry. loaned her. [ applause ]
got to pay attention. let's see what this place is all about? pretty good. all right. i don't like it anymore. no dice! >> steve: i have your courvoisier and coca-cola you ordered. >> jimmy: courvoisier and coca-cola. you put some red bull in there? we're going to stay, you guys. ♪ check this out. oh, man. huge news. triscuit, the cracker company has launched a new social networking site for farmers. so, look out facebook. triscuits. >> steve: i've got to get some of these. >> jimmy: triscuit is doing it. didn't you bet a lot of money on sea-triscuit, that horse, didn't you? >> steve: i did. oh my god, don't even remind me.
my wife's going to watch my money again. $18 million down the toilet. >> jimmy: down the toila. >> steve: down the bidet. >> jimmy: that's all you have, is a bidet in your house. >> steve: just a bidet, that's all you need. >> jimmy: you need a toilet as well. >> steve: why? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: good point. good point. i don't know. hey, some health news you guys -- [ laughter ] a new study found that vegans may be at an increased risk for heart disease. yeah, the other day, i had lunch with my vegan friend and she asked our waiter, "do you have anything that's not food?" how are they supposed to win? >> steve: yeah. god bless them, right? god bless them. >> steve: you want to do that one again? [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: no. let it sit there in silence. [ laughter ] oh. hey, this is crazy. a woman in the uk is facing criticism because she still breast feeds her 6-year-old son.
[ audience ohs ] it's pretty embarrassing. especially on days when he brings his own lunch to school. [ laughter ] [ applause ] want to trade for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? [ laughter ] and finally, a new study found that people who shop every day live longer. [ cheers and applause ] or as the kardashians put it "see you in 3011, bitches." ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. saigon sitting in with the roots tonight. his album, "the greatest story never told" is in stores now. it's got guest appearances by jay-z, kanye west, and our very own black thought from the roots. thank you so much for being here, saigon. you're a good man. thank you, buddy. [ applause ] we have an amazing show tonight, you guys. she is gorgeous, she is super talented. uma thurman is here! [ cheers and applause ] her new movie is called "ceremony." she's great in it, as always. you know him from "law & order" and tons of movies. now he's in "scream 4," one of my favorites. anthony anderson is here. [ cheers and applause ] he's talented. he's so funny that dude. and i'm cooking with one of best chefs in the country, in the world. chef marcus samuelsson is going to be here. making some yardbird. yardbird, ooh. oh, i should say this too, everybody.
check out our own ice cream flavor, ben & jerry's late-night snack is out there. [ applause ] it's new. potato chips and ice cream? huh? hey, you guys, today's friday. and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. i check my inbox. i return some emails. and, of course, send out some thank you notes. [ applause ] i was running a bit behind today. i was wondering if you wouldn't mind i would just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that okay? [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. roots, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ oh, my god. oh -- [ laughter ] >> steve: gosh, just take a staycation, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry, man. frankie says chillax.
♪ thank you, flowers, for opening yourself to every bee that happens to buzz by. you sluts. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, president obama, for officially announcing your run for re-election. though, i don't know about your new slogan. "hey, maybe we still could." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: maybe? >> jimmy: right? ♪ thank you, the boars head logo, for being the most unappetizing food logo ever. [ laughter ] feeding me the ugly severed detusked head of the animal i'm
about to eat does not make me hungry for bologna. [ applause ] hungry for bologna. is that duran duran? ♪ put me in the city doo-doo-doo-doo doo-doo-doo doo, doo ♪ >> jimmy: all right. should have just went to the chorus. ♪ and i'm hungry for bologna i might be wrong. >> steve: don't want pimento loaf. don't want olive loaf. wasn't that the words? not good lyrics. >> jimmy: no. they changed it. >> steve: yeah, thank god. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, quilt, for being blankets made of other tiny blankets. [ laughter ]
♪ thank you, blue camouflage pants, for being a valuable tool if we're ever fighting a war in a blueberry patch. [ laughter ] i don't see where they are, sir. ♪ thank you, atms that offer overly chummy choices to the question "do i want to receive," like, "sure," and "no, thanks." up yours, cash robot. we ain't friends. just give me my money. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, newyorktimes.com for charging people to read your website. damn, now if i want to get my news online i'll have to go to literally anywhere else. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
♪ thank you, 1.2 billion people who watched the 2011 cricket world cup this week. unfortunately, the reaction to the cricket world cup over here in america was -- [ laughter ] [ crickets ] [ cheers and applause ] >> audience member: kill it, jimmy! [ crickets ] [ laughter ] [ crickets ] >> jimmy: damnit. shh. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, family that claims you've been on a road trip for the past 11 years.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. before the show, i was playing around on my iphone. does anyone here have an iphone? [ cheers ] it's so fun. my favorite thing about the iphone is all the apps. these little programs that you can put right on to your phone. some are games, some help you find the nearest restaurant and now, a lot of celebrities are even getting in on the action and coming out with their own apps. well, here at "late night," we've got a sneak peek at some of the new apps that have yet to be released. you guys want it see them? [ cheers ] a few of them are just upgrades on existing apps, but you probably heard of the app called
google translate? you say something into your phone and it translates whatever you said into a different language. it's phenomenal. this app is similar here. this is charlie sheen translate, and -- [ applause ] basically, you say something into your phone, and this app tells you how charlie sheen would say it. let's try it. hey, everybody. >> konnichiwa, my trolls and warlocks. winning. [ cheers ] >> let me try one more. i'm hungry, let's order a pizza. >> i'm riding a surfboard of fire with a wizard hobgoblin from outer space. winning. [ applause ] >> jimmy: pretty useful apps. let's check out some of the other new apps on the old pop-up screen. yeah. >> audience member: there you go. >> steve: is that bluetooth? >> jimmy: it's not plugged in. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, yeah yeah. >> jimmy: radio waves. >> steve: yeah, careful. >> jimmy: plug it in. >> steve: there we go.
oh, there you go. >> jimmy: there it is on. >> steve: there you go. >> jimmy: all right. hey, this next one's real cool, you guys. you've probably seen programs like yearbook yourself, where you take a picture of yourself and it turns into a yearbook style photo. this is a similar app, it's called stoner yourself. what it does, it takes a normal picture of yourself and transforms it to make it look like you were totally high when the picture was taken. let me just try it out. take a picture of myself right here. ah -- [ laughter ] there i am. now, you just push this button here, and it stoner-fies your photo. [ shutter click ] there you go. [ applause ] let's try it -- that's right on higgins. i'll just hold this phone up and take a picture of me from here. smile. [ laughter ] >> steve: my god, it adds 50 pounds. >> jimmy: now let's stonerfy it. [ applause ] [ laughter ]
i like that. let's try one more. how about -- let me try you. all right. there you go. take a picture. all right, good. now -- [ laughter ] now, let's see what you look like if you were totally high in that picture. [ laughter ] [ applause ] let me go back to the home screen here. ah, this next one is interesting. it's called axl rose relaxation tapes. everyone's talking about it. dr. oz has talked about it on this show. finally, you can be lulled to sleep to the soothing sounds of guns and roses front man axl rose. now we've shown you this one before. but they just came out with a bunch of new tracks for it. look at this thing here, like his waterfall.
♪ whoa-oh, waterfall water fallin' down wet, moist, moist, it's a foggy steamy place ♪ ♪ it's a waterfall yeah, yeah yeah, yeah ♪ take a nap ♪ [ applause ] so soothing. >> steve: so soothing. >> jimmy: smooth. next one. here's another one here. this next one, it's sounds pretty soothing, it's called "train town." ♪ whoa-oh, train town you like being on a train chugalug, lug ♪ ♪ making friends with a hobo yeah, yeah nappy time ♪ [ applause ] this next app is one of my favorites. it's called reiser hiccup. basically, you tap your finger on the screen, and you make comedian paul reiser hiccup. let's try it. [ hiccup ] [ laughter ] let's try it again.
[ hiccup ] [ laughter ] it's pretty fun. let's do it again. [ hiccups ] ♪ cool, man. ride the hiccup. he liked it. i guess i got rid of his hiccups. this next app is interesting, i guess. i haven't played with it yet. it's called sting confessions. basically, you tap the button here, and sting will confess something about himself. let's try it. ♪ i saw the justin bieber movie 14 times by myself ♪ >> jimmy: that's a lot of times. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: 14 times? >> steve: 14? >> jimmy: by himself. that's weird. let's just try one more. ♪ sometimes i get crushes on cartoon characters ♪ [ laughter ]
this last app is one of my favorites apps on the iphone. now, over the years we've shown you a bunch of reiser apps. well, this is the most advanced one yet. its called reiser finder 2.0. and basically you use a gps satellite to determine the location of paul reiser. yeah. let's try this out. there he is. hey, wait. he's in rockefeller center right now. let me zoom in a little, see more exactly where he is. that's weird. it says, i'm -- he's eight feet behind me. that's weird. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. so -- you found me. good for you. [ laughter ]
it's better when you mix things up. fuze slenderize strawberry melon. fruit flavors, nutrients, and 15 calories per bottle. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. all right. [ cheers and applause ] i just want to quickly thank paul reiser for stopping by. i love paul reiser. give it up for paul reiser. [ cheers and applause ] what a great guy. he's coming back --he's coming back to nbc, guys. check out "the paul reiser show" premieres thursday, april 14th, 8:30 p.m. set your tivos, y'all. [ cheers and applause ] the best. our first guest this evening is an academy award nominated actress who has created unforgettable performances in films, ranging from "the adventures of baron munchausen", to "pulp fiction" to "kill bill." her new film, "ceremony", opens today in select cities and is also available on demand everywhere. please welcome to the show, uma thurman!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. how are you? >> i'm good. i'm nervous. i've never been on your show before. >> jimmy: i know. it's very exciting. what happened? did you get injured? >> well, kind of. >> jimmy: what happened? >> well, it's sort of for you. i was very excited about coming. i must have just, i don't know, stayed out too late and lost my head and you might as well have is a look. >> jimmy: oh, my god. this is fantastic. uma, this is gorgeous. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my god. can i touch it? is it -- wow. [ cheers ] >> it hurts a little. >> jimmy: it hurts a little bit. oh my god. >> i thought i'd put this -- >> jimmy: i'm so flattered. >> i asked the guy to write jimming, but i think it must
have been slurring. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> they did --they got it right. jimmy works. >> jimmy: perfect. >> you like it? >> jimmy: yes, i have my uma one. it's a back tattoo. >> really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's it's a full back tat. >> right here? >> jimmy: yeah. it goes all the way, yeah, yeah. fantastic. i brought you -- i'm so glad you're here. >> very nice to see you. >> jimmy: and so good it to you as well. >> i mean, next time i'm going to -- it's going to be like impress you next time. >> jimmy: both arms -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: you could do it. >> maybe james. >> jimmy: james is right. it's my birth certificate name. yeah. i have these little guys. i know your kids like these late-night party monkeys. >> yes. they were very excited about having some. >> they have a "late night with jimmy fallon" cape on their back. and --they like to party. they like to party a lot, these monkeys. let me show you how much fun they are. here take a --you can take a red one. the audience likes these ones. what you do, they have these little mittens. >> okay. >> jimmy: you put your finger in the mitten. >> oh, you put the fingers in the mittens. >> jimmy: yes. you put your fingers in the mittens. like that. >> got it. >> jimmy: well, in the same hand. >> oh. in the same hand. ok. got it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right the same hand. right. there you go. and then pull the tail -- you're pulling his leg.
but that's good. yeah, that's it right there! [ cheers ] there you go. >> oh, boy. i think i need a little practice. >> jimmy: it's fun, right? >> it's so much fun. >> jimmy: you got a bunch of those. you can throw them too. [ cheers ] anyways, we got a bunch for the kids. i hope they like that. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: i met you, god, a couple years back. >> yeah. i met you upstate. we were both upstate people. >> jimmy: from i'm socrates, new york. >> and i'm from --yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: oh yeah, you are. yeah you are. i knew that. >> right nearby each other. >> jimmy: i know. but it was totally fun. it was like a christmas party or something. >> yeah. you were with your mom and dad. >> jimmy: i party with my parents. [ laughter ] >> yeah, me, too. i hang out with my parents, too. >> jimmy: do you really? oh, yeah, yeah. >> i do. they're cool. >> jimmy: i rolled in with my mom and dad. i'm like, why not? they loved you. we had the best time. >> they were very nice. >> jimmy: it was super fun. is your dad or something living with you? >> yeah, they do. [monkey noise] >> jimmy: yeah, i love it. it makes noises. it's so fun. non stop comedy with these monkeys. you still live there, yes? >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: oh god, i love it up there. it's so beautiful. >> it's beautiful. it's beautiful.
>> jimmy: it's gorgeous. now, you traveling up there. do you ever hang out in socrates or something? >> i have been to socrates many times. >> jimmy: that's --call my parents, say what's up. >> okay, i will. i'll swing by your parent's house. >> jimmy: you can hang out. >> maybe i'll bring my parents to your parents? >> jimmy: yeah. a parent off. >> all the parents can hang out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now, there's rumors about this. i got --i got to see if this is the truth. "kill bill 3." [ cheers ] come on? can you make this happen, please? >> i'm so excited. i don't think it's written yet. i think that something else being written, too, but that one's not quite written yet, no. >> jimmy: really? >> last time i saw quentin he said i hadn't lost my looks quite enough for him, to make the next one. [monkey noise] >> jimmy: what is he talking about? please. you look gorgeous. >> yeah, he wanted me to look worse. >> jimmy: stop playing these monkeys. they're for kids. >> "kill bill" it's kind of like. >> jimmy: it is kind of like that. i mean, does every girl dress up like you for halloween now? >> yeah. i've had many a halloween costumes. >> jimmy: you have, now seriously -- >> maybe this will be a style for halloween next year. >> jimmy: yeah that'd be good. a flaming heart that says jimmy on it.
>> a flaming jimmy heart. >> jimmy: that could be good, you guys. right? maybe? [ cheers and applause ] >> you could have your fallon fan official costume. >> jimmy: the would be the one to do. >> permanently tattoo yourself and devote yourself to the fallon foundation. >> jimmy: but --and thank you. but the foundation is a good name. >> the terrible fallon foundation. >> jimmy: i thought you meant my fans would be called the foundation. >> oh, ew, i don't think you want to have a cult. >> jimmy: yeah. there you go. too culty, i'm not going to do that. >> they might blow your building up. >> jimmy: yeah, let's not do that. that's not fun for halloween. they already throw eggs at me. >> oh no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's all right. it's fun. >> as long as it's not mustard gas, you're fine. >> jimmy: no, exactly. that's what i always tell them. that's what i always tell them. after i throw eggs. hey, it's not mustard gas. >> it's not mustard gas. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, uh --"ceremony." let's talk about this movie. >> yes. yes. >> jimmy: it's a special --it's a cool movie with a very kind of quirky and fun. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i really liked it a lot. very cool. >> i loved it. >> jimmy: could you explain it in a couple sentences? >> it's a movie about a young man who falls in love with an older woman, who wants to marry someone else but falls in love
with him. and then she cheats on her ex --present husband, and then he gets married, and then they have a big issue. then it's very sweet and touching and dramatic and very funny. [ applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. hey, that was phenomenal. phenomenal. i want to show a clip of you in "ceremony." >> okay, thank you. >> jimmy: the great, the fun, the beautiful uma thurman in "ceremony." >> sam, please, save yourself the heartache and go home. >> no. >> if you refuse not to complicate my life, the least can you do is introduce to yourself to one of my bridesmaids. i'm sure they're at desperate to you to get their rocks off. i meant that in the least offensive way possible. and sam, stop standing on your toes. i like you the way you are. [ applause ] >> jimmy: very good. do not miss uma thurman's new movie, "ceremony." it's in theaters and on demand
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>> jimmy: yeah. you know our next guest from movies like "the departed" and "transformers" as well as from "law & order." starting next friday, you can see him in the eagerly anticipated "scream 4." there it is right there. [ cheers and applause ] we love it when he comes by. please welcome back to the show, anthony anderson. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. >> hold on, hang time? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hanging together. >> you gonna take it back to my beginning, my humble beginning! >> jimmy: that's right. >> hey, brother, that's, that's what put me on the map. >> jimmy: i loved that show. >> katie bear, dear indiana. >> jimmy: i love it. "saved by the bell" then "hang time." >> "saved by the bell" then "hang time," the fat black kid who could knock down a 3. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: you made it. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: you were here for a while doing "law & order" now that's done and now you're back out in l.a. >> back out in l.a. >> jimmy: we miss you, we loved having you here. >> i miss being in new york, man. i loved it, i loved it. i was here for two years, but now i'm back home in l.a. with the wife and kids. >> jimmy: that's good. >> yeah, it is until you get that honey-do list. and you know, after being away for two years, i have a honey-do list about two arm length's long. >> jimmy: what's a honey-do list? >> honey, remember that leaky roof? it's still leaky. remember that problem with the pool? it's still the problem. remember that thing you said were you going to do with your tongue? i'm still waiting. [ laughter ] so i have a long list of things to do. >> jimmy: in that -- >> in no particular order. no particular order. but, you know, i never realized how much work my wife had to do alone with our two children. getting them to school, getting them back home, and then take our daughter to volleyball
practice, taking my son to acting classes, things like that, so. >> jimmy: you gotta do all that stuff as well. >> yeah, so now it falls on my shoulders. >> jimmy: that's good though, you get to hang out little bit with the family. >> i do. >> jimmy: last time you were here you talked about your family. i loved it. you talked about uncle -- >> uncle six. >> jimmy: he had an extra pinky. >> extra pinky right here. with a pinky ring on it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that made me laugh. >> extra pinky with a pinky ring on it. >> jimmy: and now you know a friend now named nine? >> nine! >> jimmy: now what's nine? >> well nine is kind of unfortunate but it's a funny story, because -- see, now you're going to cry when i tell you the story. nine is a diabetic. nine lost his big toe. so he calls himself nine now. yeah, see. look at you? you're laughing at him. but he has no sense of balance. you know, back in the day, before you know we had hand me downs. had to wear our big brothers' shoes and things like that. we had stuff tissue in the shoe. he stuffed a half roll of nickels in there. >> jimmy: no, he does not. >> yes, he does, to keep the balance and the weight on his right foot.
stuffs a half a roll of nickels. >> jimmy: he does not have half roll of nickels. >> measure the half a roll of nickels. i bet you it's the size of your big toe. i bet you it's the size of your big toe. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. just to keep his balance. >> just to keep his balance, baby. >> jimmy: hey i want to tell everyone to follow you on twitter right now. because you're in a competition, you're in a race with a roy l. watson. >> please -- all right, everybody, please follow me at twitter, @andersonanthony. it's my name backwards. two reasons, the first between to 20,000 followers between me and my partner, we're giving away an ipad 2, and then when we reach 100,000 followers, or when i reach 100,000 followers we're incorporating all 100,000 people into this film we're producing at the end of the year. >> jimmy: what do you mean, how? >> we have no idea. [ laughter ] names -- we don't know. names, cameos, characters, names of cities and streets. we will incorporate all 100,000 people and when we get to half a million followers @andersonanthony, we're going to give away a car. yeah. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah.
we're going to give away car. >> jimmy: that sounds like fun. that's awesome. follow @andersonanthony? >> yes, @andersonanthony, please, everybody, right now, follow me. >> jimmy: i'm going to do it right now. i want to ask you one thing, because i heard the story, talking about today that, now that you're in l.a., you root for your daughter. >> i do. >> jimmy: is it volleyball? >> volleyball. >> jimmy: and you're there, you're rooting for her, and it's awesome you support your daughter, but when she scores you start a cheer? >> i get a little excited. my baby girl, she plays back row, but she comes up, and she spikes the ball and she does some kills and so i have to be the loud boisterous one. >> jimmy: it makes her embarrassed and she doesn't want to score anymore. >> well no, she wants to score, she doesn't want me at the game anymore. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is the cheer you do. >> well it started with my son's pop-warner football team. but it's called "dynamite." and it's my favorite cheer so i take it with me wherever i go. >> jimmy: could you show it to us? >> of course. all right. [ applause ]
our team is boom, dynamite, our team is boom dynamite, our team is tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick -- boom dynamite! >> jimmy: she must love you! you're a cool dad. more with anthony when we come back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] the iphone 3gs from at&t. the phone that changed everything. but think about it. how can you make one of the most amazing phones the world has ever seen even more amazing? make it $49. yep. that'll work. the iphone 3gs. now at a price that changes everything, too. in the network, amazing is affordable. at&t. rethink possible.
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>> jimmy: we are back with anthony anderson who's in "scream 4" out next week. wow, this is going to be a big movie right here. >> right there. >> jimmy: i think this is going to be big. this is your first horror movie. >> its my first horror movie. i've always wanted to be the black guy in a horror film. >> jimmy: there's always only one. >> there's only one. not always one. there's only one. what do you mean. there's only one. >> jimmy: and you only last five minutes. >> fortunately for me i'm at a point in my career now where i last throughout the film. >> jimmy: hey! >> yeah. >> jimmy: so you don't die. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: why's that? >> i don't know. i haven't seen it yet. i mean, i haven't. i don't know what they do -- >> jimmy: what character do you play? >> deputy perkins. anthony perkins. yeah, that's me. >> jimmy: anthony perkins? >> yeah. >> jimmy: a little psycho shout-out? >> psycho shout-out. >> jimmy: that's cool. how's wes craven? is he nuts? >> you know what man, i thought he would be nuts, because i met stephen king once and he's a freaky nut. [ laughter ] so i really -- i really didn't know what to expect from wes,
man. so when i got there, i was like, oh, wes is like a gentle old grandfather, or your older uncle. he was cool, but he's a practical joker. >> jimmy: oh no, i don't like that. >> neither do i. and i'm going to tell you why. i'm walking through the house, near the end of the film. and i'm looking for the killer, and i'm by myself. it's dark. the music is playing, and i get to a closet and i open the closet door and you think that's where i meet my demise. whew. i don't. in rehearsal, we're going through the same thing, and i open the door, and there's a stunt man that jumps out looking like that -- with a machete. and he charges me. >> jimmy: no? >> i scream like a girl. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i soil myself. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: absolutely. that's the way you have to do it. the order, you have to do. we have a clip from "scream 4," exclusive to show you guys. here's anthony anderson. >> perkins, was there a window open on your last perimeter
check? perkins, come in. over. anthony -- perkins -- >> no! [ laughter ] you should have seen the look on your face, rookie. priceless. >> whew! >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about! >> woo! woo! you see that? >> jimmy: "scream 4" in theaters -- april 15th. anthony anderson, everybody. up next, we're cooking with chef marcus samuelsson. come back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. i've been to the restaurant red rooster twice now. >> and i love it cause you're always drunk when you come. >> jimmy: i know. >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i've got to stop going there with kathie lee. that's what happens. before we get into the place. no. first time we went with paul mccartney. paul mccartney was there. eating fried chicken with paul mccartney, then the other one was questlove has his birthday there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it was awesome. >> a lot of fun. being with all the roots, it was great. >> jimmy: what are you going to make us right now? >> we're going to take, will not taste good without the drink they use by mcknick. it's called the brown stoner. >> jimmy: brown stoner? >> yes. i saw the abs you have. i wanted to make a drink so in order to make the brown stoner -- >> jimmy: the brown stoner or the browse stoner? >> the brown stoner. >> jimmy: okay. make up your own answer, everybody. >> exactly.
so we've got a little bit of different types of, this is called centurmaine, this is a little bit of sherry liquor and then we've got wonderful nutmeg bourbon. i'm just going to pour that in here. >> jimmy: wow. that's powerful. >> it is strong. >> jimmy: you know, i have things to do tonight. [ laughter ] >> you know, but i think you will appreciate this, because -- i heard that you love a little bit of bourbon. right? >> jimmy: i do. i do like a good bev. >> do that. do that. now, after the brown -- after you had the brown stoner. >> that got a kick to it! [ laughter ] >> it's good, right? >> jimmy: whew! >> there you go. there you go. there you go. >> jimmy: i can't -- this literally, i could not see for 30 seconds. wow. >> no wonder they say the food's good, hell! you give them this to drink before they eat. >> jimmy: they could have
mcdonald's. >> by the way, anthony was complaining about my prices. you heard about the red rooster from dallas, right? >> anthony: yes, i did. yes, i did. i was like why do i want to bid on a vacation trip to harlem to eat chicken? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's your secret? what's your secret with the chicken? >> you know what? this is actually inspired by one of your bandmates here, from quest. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> he was here, complaining about the fried chicken here at nbc, i think. started like this big rumor. >> questlove: really? on national tv? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, yeah. >> come on, man. >> jimmy: all right. so, yeah. so what do we do? you marinade it? >> marinade it in buttermilk for three days, although it's fresh. >> jimmy: buttermilk. >> buttermilk. absolutely. >> jimmy: wait. marinade for three days? >> three days. yes. >> jimmy: chicken's still good? >> it is very good. >> jimmy: you can do that?
i'm afraid. >> anthony: no, you refrigerate it. you don't leave it on the counter, don't do that. refrigerator. >> jimmy: then deep fried in oil. >> then we deep fry it. >> jimmy: pulled it out of the deep fryer. >> yes, and then we're going to serve it with a little bit of hot sauce. >> jimmy: how do we do this? >> the hot sauce is super, super spicy. made with -- this is, taste just a little bit. >> jimmy: that's real deal. >> taste that. go down. >> jimmy: let me use that spoon. do you have a smaller one? give me this guy. >> there you go. there you go. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's hot. whoa. >> just when you need the brown stoner again. there you go. [ laughter ] all right. there you go. [ laughter ] >> what? >> jimmy: that is good. >> it's good, right? >> jimmy: tasty. holy moly. >> now -- >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> hmm. tastes like ketchup. >> jimmy: oh, come on! that does not taste like ketchup. all right.